Title

Bone Deep

Faculty Mentor(s)

Jon Mehlferber

Campus

Dahlonega

Subject Area

Visual Arts

Location

Library 3rd Floor Room 382

Start Date

1-4-2014 12:30 PM

End Date

1-4-2014 1:50 PM

Description/Abstract

My work is based on a large connection between man and machine/technology. I show not only the building blocks of the human body but also the building blocks of the digital world. I want to explain the process of my work and the significance of my artistic decisions. I also want to explain how this exhibition started and where I would like to see it end. Bone Deep is about seeing and understanding the human form as a naturally beautiful creation. It’s also about seeing the human form and our society as it grows and develops into a technology-driven world, and about how we as humans fully embrace that.

Note to Conference Administrators

Visual Arts / Appalachian Studies Panel

“Saving Appalachian Gardens and Stories: Growing community and sustainability through arts-based research”

Presenters: Kyle Clark, Sara Ewing, Kerby Wilkes, Cathryn Washell

“The American Flag, Dahlonega, and the University of North Georgia”

Presenter: Jillian Conner

“Anadalv (Sisters)”

Presenter: Kyle Clark

“Bone Deep”

Presenter: April Barr

“The Exploitation of Tradition”

Presenter: Jessica Jones

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Apr 1st, 12:30 PM Apr 1st, 1:50 PM

Bone Deep

Library 3rd Floor Room 382

My work is based on a large connection between man and machine/technology. I show not only the building blocks of the human body but also the building blocks of the digital world. I want to explain the process of my work and the significance of my artistic decisions. I also want to explain how this exhibition started and where I would like to see it end. Bone Deep is about seeing and understanding the human form as a naturally beautiful creation. It’s also about seeing the human form and our society as it grows and develops into a technology-driven world, and about how we as humans fully embrace that.